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Recall that the order of vanishing at v = ∞ of a rational function pq ∈ C(t) (p, q ∈ C[t]) equals deg(q) − deg(p). The basic properties of these multiplicities are: • ordv (ρ) = (0, 0) except for a finite number of v ∈ P1 and • v∈P1 ordv (ρ) = (0, 0). We next define an auxiliary operation which produces a convex lattice polygon from a balanced family of vectors of the plane. Let B ⊂ Z2 be a family of vectors which are zero except for a finite number of them and such that b∈B b = (0, 0). We denote by P(B) ⊂ (R≥0 )2 the (unique) convex polygon obtained by: 1) rotating −90◦ the non-zero vectors of B, 2) concatenating them following their directions counterclockwise and 3) translating the resulting polygon to the first quadrant (R≥0 )2 in such a way that it “touches” the coordinate axes (Figure 5).
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